Paris Hilton Reveals Plans of Becoming a Mother in 2023 Via IVF

American media personality and businesswoman Paris Hilton recently gave her fans an update on her in-vitro fertilization (IVF) journey as she revealed plans to become a mom in 2023. Taking to her Instagram Stories Paris wrote, “I’m getting tons of messages of people asking me about when I’m having a baby. The truth is my husband and I wanted to enjoy our first year of marriage together as a couple and we were always planning on starting our family in 2023.” Video of Tom Cruise Impersonator Singing ‘Hold Me Closer’ for Paris Hilton Goes Viral – WATCH.

“IVF is always a journey for everything but we’re so fortunate that we have lots of healthy embryos ready and waiting to be part of our Cutesy Crew! As everyone knows I have an extremely busy work and travel schedule but nothing gets me more excited than (sic) becoming a mom in 2023!” she continued. Paris married Carter Reum on November 11, 2021. The two recently celebrated their one-year anniversary. Paris has been talking about having children with Reum since the beginning, but she now says the couple is waiting until 2023 to start a family, reported Fox News. Paris Hilton Launches Her New Fragrance Line in Mumbai Looking Like a Total Diwali Firecracker in Stunning Red Jumpsuit (View Pics).

The hotel heiress and entrepreneur said, “I do” in November 2021 at a private estate in Los Angeles. The star-studded wedding included celebrity guests Kim Kardashian, Paula Abdul, Bebe Rexha, Emma Roberts and Kyle Richards – just to name a few. Cameras captured how the lavish cer1emony was brought to life in the 13-part reality TV series Paris in Love. As per Fox News, this update from Paris about being a mother comes after her mom, Kathy Hilton, claimed the couple was “trying and trying” to get pregnant. “It breaks my heart because I know she is trying and trying. I always say, ‘Just relax.'” Kathy told E! News in a recent interview.

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